Great
grand
parents

Gen.=+7
William   Burrowes
1683-1739 Churchwarden 1705. buried 23 Jul
              Matthew   Woodley
1684-1742 St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mountfichet
           
m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m.
Martha  
-1717 possibly the same as Maria? buried 18 Feb 1717
      Elizabeth   Pamphilon Named in her husband's will of 28/8/1742 along with her brother Edmund (bur. 8/6/1750 age70. St Mary the Virgin, Widdington, Essex).      
Grand
parents

Gen.=+6
Richard   Burrows
b. SEP 1718
d. 2 SEP 1753 Monument in Great Sampford Church
m. Elizabeth  
b. 1716
d. 24 JUL 1782 Written about by Gerald Curtis in his story of the Sampfords Monument in Great Sampford Church
  m.   Matthew   Woodley
b. 1724
d. 26 FEB 1782
m. Margaret   Battell
b. ABT 1727
d. 16 AUG 1771 Marriage banns (Geoff Woodcock has copy) say she was 21 & a half when he was 22. Marriage was in Jun 1749 suggesting she was born c. 1727. However his tomb says he was 58 when he died in 1782 suggesti
Morris   Stamford m. Letitia  
Parents
Gen.=+5
Richard   Burrows
b. MAY 1752
d. APR 1832 buried 1 May 1832 Saffron Walden
m. Ann  
b. 1756
d. FEB 1832 buried 16 Feb 1832, Saffron Walden
Matthew   Woodley
b. 1753 prob.
d. 9 DEC 1831 Churchwarden of St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mountfichet. Info on the Woodley family from Geoff Woodcock c/o Tony Woodcock <aw697@@tiscali.co.uk>
m. Letitia   Stamford
b. ABT 1754 Stamford, Lincolnshire
d. 17 DEC 1808 At marriage noted as of Stansted Mountfitchet! From copy of letter from Matthew Fuller Woodley 11/1/1886: '....? Stamford from Stamford, Lincolnshire.' Inscriptions St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mount> fitchet 1404: 'Sacred to the Memory of Mrs Letitia Woodley Wife of Mr Matthew Woodley who departed this life the 17 Day of December 1808 Aged 51 years Also of Mr Matthew Woodley Husband of the above w
Husband,
wife &
siblings

Gen.=+4
Susan 1794-1864
William 1800- 1841 Census: Market St
John Parker 1802- of Gower St. London W.C.
Henry Burrows
b. 10 JAN 1798
d. 29 AUG 1873
Chemist & 4 times Mayor 1841 Census: Market Place
G4, ID=8

Other wives: Anne Taylor,
m.
Elizabeth Woodley
b. 7 MAY 1796
d. 20 OCT 1859 Saffron Walden
G4, ID=176
William 1776-1827 Monumental Inscription in St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mountfitchet
Susannah 1778-1820 Monumantal Inscription St Mary the virgin, Stansted Mountfitchet
Sarah 1780-1780 Monumental Inscription St Mary the Virgin, Stansted Mountfitchet
Matthew 1781-1782
Mary 1783-1857
Sarah 1785-1841 of Saffron Walden d aged 56
Catherine Christian 1787-
Letitia 1789-1830 d. aged 41
Matthew 1790-1858 30 years Churchwarden of St Mary the Virgin. Has a stained glass window dedicated to him, depicting scenes from the Good Samaritan. Listed as a widower in the 1851 census.
John 1792-1858 1818-27: 12 George St, City of London later of 7 Crutched Friars, Aldgate 1841 & 1851: Church End, Orford House, Hoe St, Walthamstow, Essex
Thomas Stamford 1794-1860 1820's: Wheeler St, Cambridge 1851: 1 New Square, Cambridge
Children
Gen.=+3
Richard Woodley
b. 1 JUN 1831 Saffron Walden
d. 1905 Moved from Saffron Walden to Twickenham ca, 1864. Later head of brewing firm Cole & Burrows. Lived at The Limes Twickenham. Buried Oak Lane Cemetery (obituary in local paper - died on Saturday). At
m.
Emma Bowyer
b. 1835
d. 21 SEP 1910 Buried in Oak Lane Cemetery (funeral report in Richmond and Twickenham Times)
Henry Parker
b. 23 SEP 1832 Saffron Walden
d. 20 OCT 1871 Maidenhead Thicket d. suddenly at Mr Lawrence's
m.
Esther E. Bliss
b. 19 OCT 1847 Chipping Norton
d. 20 FEB 1935 2nd daughter
John Stamford
b. 10 APR 1834 Saffron Walden
d. 25 DEC 1911 23 Durham Terrace of 29 Change Alley, Shortlands (1858) then of Strawberry Vale, Twickenham 1895 'The Elms' between Shortlands & Beckenham. Later 12A Upper Hamilton Terrace, London. Elected member of Lloyds 23 Jun 1858 (50 entrance fee, 12/12s annual subs.) buried Teddington Cemetery. 1871 Census: Bromley? 1901 Census: Paddington (b. 1835)
m.
Emily Josephine Pulley
b. 18 DEC 1843 Hornsey Middlesex
d. 11 MAY 1934 12A Upper Hamilton Terr. N.W. buried Teddington Cemetery 15 May 1934 'The Elms' Beckenham, Kent, then 12A Upper Hamilton Terrace, London (near Edgware Rd) 1901 Census: Paddington (b. 1844) 1891 Census: Bromley. 1871 Census: Twickenham 1861 Census: Stamford Hill, Hackney Marriage record: Hackney 1865 Oct-Dec Vol 1b p803.
Albert Thomas
b. 20 JAN 1840 Saffron Walden
d. 4 SEP 1901 childless, aged 61, Chelsea buried Teddington Cemetery
Grand
children

Gen.=+2
Emma Elizabeth ABT 1860-3 JUL 1953
Edith 1862- staying with sister Constance at 1901 census, unmarried.
Richard Woodley 1863- 1881: The Limes London Rd, Twickenham ??His son? Burrows, Richard Woodley Corps Regiment No Rank Royal Scots Second Lieutenant Date 1914-1920
Henry 1864-1871
Archibald 1866-1903 1881: Forrest School, Walthamstow, Essex
Constance Mary 1867-1945 came to Gaby's wedding
Thomas Hamilton ABT 1868- Living in Esher at 1901 census. Lived in 1954 in Arbrook Lane, Esher. Mem and Demon met him and his wife (who survived him) and his grand-daughter.
Gertrude 1870- came to Gabby's wedding
George Proctor 1874- twin in 1881 & 1901 censi
Frederick Elliott 1874- twin In 1881 census & 1901 census staying with his sister Gertrude
Christine Mary Elizabeth 4 JAN 1872-1959 Mem & Demon & Rowan had tea with her in her room on the Banbury Road in 1958. Arthur John 6 SEP 1866-17 SEP 1910 educ. Sherborne
Maude Mary 18 SEP 1867-14 APR 1942 lived with her parents and then in a bedsit. For WW2 lived with Mabel in Wantage. Died of liver cancer. Possibly lived with brother Percy after his wife died (info fr. L. John Burrows).
Percy 11 AUG 1868-16 DEC 1925 educ. Sherborne. Lived at 12 Bournevale Road, Streatham (1901). Constructed railways in Argentina
Ernest Pulley 14 FEB 1870-28 FEB 1945 'Granfer' educ. Sherborne. Lived Hayes Cottage, Hayes, 1897-1904, Westwood, Keston, 1905-11, Heatherside, Keston, 1911-40 (requisitioned by RAF), Beggar's End then Post Cottage (1940-) Developed TB in 1913, & went to a sanatorium in England then Switzerland. While he was away his business went bust. Lieut. in Volunteers (Home Guard) in WW1. After the war a 2nd business went bust. He then worked for Burrows & Co. Retired at Xmas 1939. 1901 Census: Hayes
Harry Stamford 18 MAY 1874-APR 1945 educ. Sherborne. Became 2nd partner in Burrows Bros. Lived in and then took over his parents house, 12A Upper Hamilton Terrace. Destroyed by incendiary bomb 1941.
Mabel Emily Josephine 13 FEB 1880-1963 lived in Sudbury from 1920 until Bertie retire, then Trevose(?), East Challow, nr Wantage (ca. 1927-37)[letter 28 Sep 1927]., then Edgehill, Wantage, Berks Marriage day from newspaper cutting. Had > polio as a child which left her with a limp.
 
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